Testing which axes of species differentiation underlie covariance of phylogeographic similarity among montane sedge species

Richard Hodel, Rob Massatti, Sasha Bishop & L. Lacey Knowles
Co-distributed species may exhibit similar phylogeographic patterns due to shared environmental factors or discordant patterns attributed to the influence of species-specific traits. Although either concordant or discordant patterns could occur due to chance, stark differences in key traits (e.g., dispersal ability) may readily explain differences between species. Multiple species’ attributes may affect genetic patterns, and it is difficult to isolate the contribution of each. Here we compare the relative importance of two attributes, range size...
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